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Does amyloidosis cause a loss of bone marrow?
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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Sometimes
Amyloid can be deposited in the marrow and can in some cases thereby compromise the ability of the marrow to form new blood cells.

In brief: Sometimes
Amyloid can be deposited in the marrow and can in some cases thereby compromise the ability of the marrow to form new blood cells.
Dr. Ronald Krauser
Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Dr. Steven Bowers
Internal Medicine
In brief: Sometimes
Some cases of amyloidosis are a result of plasma cell tumors which can cause a loss of bone marrow.
These are al amyloidosis. Aa amyloidosis is usually secondary to inflammatory processes that don't affect the bone marrow.

In brief: Sometimes
Some cases of amyloidosis are a result of plasma cell tumors which can cause a loss of bone marrow.
These are al amyloidosis. Aa amyloidosis is usually secondary to inflammatory processes that don't affect the bone marrow.
Dr. Steven Bowers
Dr. Steven Bowers
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